While people are home, there is one way to have a total-body workout while maintaining the social distancing workouts.
The first week of students and parents on virtual learning has passed. One teacher said the first was tough, but 'had a great rest of the week' after that.
Every Friday morning, Captain Dylan Hubbard of Hubbard's Marina joins Good Day to fill viewers in on his fishing forecast as we head into the weekend. Here is his fishing report for April 3, 2020.
Need a laugh? Between finding the plural for census and pups working from home, it's been another interesting week on Good Day Tampa Bay.
Mayor Jane Castor said she is proud of her community and residents taking the county order seriously. She said she is glad to see the governor placed a statewide order. 'As a state, we will get through this quicker.'
Lawmakers are urging the FDA to remove e-cigarettes and vape pens from the market, saying it could make people more susceptible to coronavirus. There's no clear evidence on whether vaping can worsen COVID-19 symptoms, but there are some anecdotal information, says Dr. Joette Giovinco.
Personal protect equipment is in high demand, and is scarce. Big-named companies have donated, but there are movements on the local level trying to help, such as the Mask Project of Tampa Bay.
The University of South Florida says there are students who may have reduced work income, and they will keep the 'Feed-A-Bull Food Pantry' open on the Tampa campus for those who have to tighten their food budgets.
Dr. Wendy Rice Rice, a local psychologist, says there are ways to help kids process the changes, such as stay-at-home orders. For instance, carve out space in your home for individual time and family time.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, it may be easy to forge this year is a census year, and officials say it is very important for the future of our country. It helps determine your political representation on the federal and state level -- but it also helps policymakers made decisions based on the data.